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Post GameJun 14, 3 years ago

Bruins quickly earn their trip to Game 7

BOSTON – Judging by the goal totals, one can tell that the Bruins have been a better team at home then they have on the road during the Stanley Cup Finals Returning to the TD Garden Monday, where they have outscored the Canucks 17-3 (including Mond…

PreviewsJun 12, 3 years ago

Outside comments and distractions not rattling Bruins, Thomas

BOSTON — Whether you think the recent commenting jabs between some Vancouver-to-Boston players are blow out of proportion or not, they’re not getting anywhere near Tim Thomas’ nerves. From Canucks’ netminder Roberto LuongoR…

PreviewsJun 12, 3 years ago

Bruins ready for Game 6 after physical, focused practice

BOSTON — When the Bruins stick to their physical, hard-nosed game, they’ve proven to be a team that’s nearly impossible to beat. On one hand, they’ve only showcased that side of their game fully in Games 3 and 4 at home inside…

PreviewsJun 8, 3 years ago

Bruins forced to adjust without Horton in Game 4

BOSTON – With Nathan Horton out for the rest of the playoffs, the Bruins will have to decide on who fills Horton’s void on the top line with Milan Lucic and David Krejci. That is the million-dollar question heading into Game 4 of the Stanley Cup …

PreviewsJun 5, 3 years ago

Bruins’ resiliency faces biggest challenge in Game 3

BOSTON — It’s no secret that the Bruins have been a resilient hockey team this postseason. Trailing two games to none against the Montreal Canadiens, the Bruins stole two games at the Bell Centre and eventually took the series in seven ga…

Post GameMay 28, 3 years ago

Five-on-Five play benefits Bruins in Game 7

BOSTON — Sixty minutes with no penalties. Though that feat is rare even in a Game 7, referees Steven Walkom and Dan O’Halloran let the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning decide who would advance to the Stanley Cup Finals against the Va…